Interested in fishing but don't have a boat? Try your angling luck at one of Minnesota's 200-plus fishing piers and on-shore platforms. These piers and platforms are in urban and rural areas, on everything from small rivers to large lakes throughout the state.
Fishing piers and on-shore fishing are designed to meet the needs of people with physical disabilities, with protective railings or edges around them. The levels of accessibility of nearby parking areas and the paths leading to the piers and platforms vary from site to site.
You can get print versions of the statewide fishing pier and Twin Cities water recreation maps from the DNR Information Center.